Police say there was an attempted break-in at Linchfield Primary School in Deeping St James last week.
Adults across Lincolnshire are being encouraged to banish the booze for 31 days in support of Dry January.
Lincolnshire Police have said today that its change in tactics in dealing with hare coursing offences has clearly increased its effectiveness.
With another two kitchen fires over the weekend, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is reminding people not to leave their food when cooking.
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Gallons of counterfeit alcohol seized from across Lincolnshire is being recycled today to generate electricity.
If you’re thinking of quitting smoking in the New Year, a new service will be there to offer you help and support.
With only three weeks to go until Christmas, Lincolnshire Trading Standards is warning consumers to shop carefully when buying children’s toys.
Two Citizens Advice groups have merged to form one organisation to cover South Lincolnshire
The county council’s executive has approved plans to outsource Lincolnshire’s library services – a move that they say will save hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Brain Freeze? Te-killer sunrise? Bloody Scary? Sick on the Beach? Deadly Daiquiri? Gin and Toxic?Could your Christmas cocktail kill you?
As a two-year remembrance project comes to a close, Lincolnshire County Council is celebrating its achievements – including the creation of a unique record of Lincolnshire people who lost their lives in times of war.
Lincolnshire County Council wants motorists to keep an eye out for muddy roads this winter and report them to the police.
Amelia Parrish from Haconby, near Bourne, has celebrated her graduation from the University of Sheffield as part of the Lloyds Scholars programme at a ceremony in Central London.
Arrests of children by Lincolnshire Police have fallen by 48 per cent in the last three years, data obtained by the Howard League for Penal Reform reveal this week.
Police are searching for a missing man in the South Holland area.
Shops in Lincolnshire are being warned not to sell e-liquids and e-cigarette components to under 18s.
As Alcohol Awareness Week (November 16-22) gets under way and the true cost of alcohol-related incidents becomes clear, Lincolnshire County Council has revealed what it is doing to tackle the problem.
Firefighters are urging people to remember, remember their sparkler safety this 5th of November.
Police have just re-opened the A16 in Spalding between the B1180 West Marsh Road and A151 Holbeach Road.